Relatives of the red shirt heroes make merit on the 12th anniversary of the dissolution of the 53rd rally.

Relatives of the Red Shirts’ heroes make merit on the 12th anniversary of the dissolution of the 2010 rally, the former UDD leader looks at the new generation to commemorate honor the people Army homework must reveal the truth case of death of all soldiers

On the occasion of the 12th anniversary of the dissolution of the red shirt protests During April-May 2010 Red shirt heroic relatives jointly organized a merit-making ceremony, offering offerings and requisitions at the sacrament hall Wat Samian Nari to dedicate the charity and remember the deceased from the incident At the event, a sign with the names of the 99 deceased and some of the heroes’ faces was installed as a memorial.

In addition to relatives, heroes and the general public, there were also 4 former leaders of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship or UDD, namely Nattawut Saikua, Thida Thawornset, Dr. Weng Tojirakan and Korkaew Pikunthong. work too

Nattawut said the 2010 crackdown was the deadliest tragedy in Thai political history. So far, there has been no process to unravel the truth and deliver justice to the victims. The fact that different groups of people host a variety of events today. It reinforces that the events of 12 years ago were fought by all parties who stood up to the principle of democracy together.

that the young people of the new generation in the latter era have followed and studied the history of Thai politics Then came out to pay tribute to the Red Shirts, Nattawut believed that if the Red Shirt heroes who passed away 12 years ago would still be here. Every soul will be proud ‘Cause we’ve been through all kinds of pain Whether life, body, freedom, or being insulted by certain groups of people therefore regarded as the honor of the people

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Dr. Weng said that at present there are two final verdicts, which are evidence of the dissolution of the 2010 rally, namely: 1. There was no black-clothed militia, and 2. The red shirts did not burn the city. So he wanted to send a voice to the society that should call for 1. The Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) reviewed and raised the case of Abhisit Vejjajiva, Suthep Thaugsuban and Anupong Paochinda for further consideration. 2. The Historical Settlement Committee was established. and make a memorial for the red shirts to confirm the facts of such events

and 3. Political parties claiming to be on the democratic side should continue with the intentions of the Red Shirts and the demand for a democratic regime with the King as Head of State The supreme power of the country truly belongs to the people. by amending the current constitution

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Tida mentioned the case today. General Narongphan Jitkaewtae, commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Army, held a memorial ceremony for the 7 soldiers who lost their lives in dispersing the rally. This is the first time in 12 years since the incident happened. noting that Whatever the reason for the military remembrance But the number of soldiers who died was much more, such as Major General Khattiya Sawatdiphon or Sed Daeng, who never believed that he would be shot until the last moment of his life. therefore asked to leave homework to the army have to reveal the truth What is the cause of the death of every soldier that happened?

Korkaew said that using military operations to encircle and suppress unarmed civilians It must not happen again in Thai society. no matter who comes to the government Such orders must be suspended in the future. And the person who ordered the order must be brought into the legal process.

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